'www.furgovw.org' Has Anyone Used This Site?

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  1. emmitdb

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    Greetings All,

    In the spirit of giving something back, has anyone used this site for 'Wild camping' on the Continent.

    I don't know where I found the site as I've just come across it in my 'Favourites' but it seems to be a good source of info on places to have a quiet night with minimal facilities.

    I've posted this in the 'Spain' section purely because, as in the title, 'Furgo' is spanish for van, but the info and sites within the website cover most of the places we get to.
     
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    Never used it, but its been about for sometime, 8-9 years I think. Its primarily for VW's.

    Ian
     
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    Although the site is for VW's they also include Aires and wild camping spots that are open to anyone, and, I would have thought Panel Van Conversions.
    I'll certainly be having a look at a few when I'm next over the water.
     
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    Had a quick peek, it doesn't list any Aires in Calpe where I am at the moment but there are at least two. However, it seems to list some wild camping spots near by.

    Not as user friendly as campercontact but I see you can download the locations for GPS.

    Many thanks for the heads up.
     
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